Brokerage joins forces with life assurance advisory firm to become John Lamb Hill Oldridge
Founded in 1992, Hill Oldridge acts for more than 150 of the UK's biggest landed estates and their associated families, including Cliveden, Buckinghamshire [pictured below]. The advisory firm, which specialises in placing large life assurance risks as part of inheritance tax (IHT) long-term succession planning, has merged with family-run life brokerage John Lamb, established in 1959, to become John Lamb Hill Oldridge. Led by Paula Steele, the merger will aim to introduced new clients and intermediary...
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